Be Our Guest, USA, FL
For lunch, the ballroom and west wing is open for a quick service meal - allowing many people the chance to visit this magical place without a reservation for dinner. People often have to make a booking 3-6 months in advance to taste their a la carte French cuisine for their dinner trade it gets that busy!
When your pager is buzzing that's a good sign! We head on over towards the entrance of Be Our Guest, a large wooden double-doored entrance that takes you inside towards the Grand Ballroom which mimics the Beauty and the Beast's movie scene.
The menu isn't too extensive and has a few choices for Entrees and Main Courses. I start things off with the French onion soup - a hot bowl that was covered with a cheesy layer of Gruyere and a soup-soaked crouton that had absorbed the juices of the onion soup inside. Other starters include the delicious sounding assorted cured meats served with cornichons, pickled onions, and a toasted baguette and mussels provençal doused with white wine, tomato, garlic, onion and butter.